Spilsby Theatre step closer to returning to former glory

February 1, 2016 Spilsby Online 0

Spilsby Theatre is a step closer to returning to its former glory after launching itself into the spotlight with a sell-out Christmas show. A meeting of The Sessions House Trustees has voted unanimously to accept the theatre building as a gift from the Dandelion Trust – once a number of conditions have been met. This decision follows the Lincolnshire Community Foundation (LCF) announcement not to accept the gift of the building. However, LCF is providing […]

National Citizens Service Group Improving Spilsby Theatre Gardens

August 4, 2015 Spilsby Online 0

10 young adults enjoying summer following their GCSE exams are generously giving their time as part of the National Citizens Service cleaning up the front gardens at Spilsby Theatre and fundraising for the charity “When You Wish Upon a Star”. Alexandra Adderley from Woodhall, a participant in the project explained “It’s good because we are doing something for the community that will have a lasting effect.” Using Spilsby Theatre as a base for their activities […]

Storm UK Present Fight Night In Spilsby

June 13, 2014 Spilsby Online 0

Kickboxing group Storm UK are presenting their first ever fundraising fight night in Spilsby on Saturday. The event is fundraising to make more mats available and in support of the Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance. The event is only £4 to get in, and there will be a bar and raffle. Spilsby Tornado’s will start at 5.30pm with the main event starting at 7pm.

College Contributes Funds To Gruelling Cycle Challenge

May 17, 2012 Spilsby Online 0

A non-uniform day at a local school helped to raise a whopping £500 for a number of vital charities recently. King Edward VI Humanities College donned their best out-of-school clothes and fancy dress in a bid to help raise funds in support of a charity cycle ride that David Ross, Chairman of the David Ross Foundation was undertaking. Donating either £1 to wear non-uniform, or £2 to wear fancy dress, the students were inspired to […]